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Hong Kong pro-democracy activist says protests part of a 'long-term battle'

CBC.ca Wednesday, 19 June 2019
A prominent leader of Hong Kong’s pro-democracy movement says he hopes the protests over a controversial extradition bill that have filled the streets of the city in recent days will eventually lead to greater freedoms.
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